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A method of using male-sterile monogerm sugarbeet lines with a fodder beet pollinator so as to produce monogerm fodder beet varieties

, : A method of using male-sterile monogerm sugarbeet lines with a fodder beet pollinator so as to produce monogerm fodder beet varieties. Biuletyn Instytutu Hodowli i Aklimatyzacji Roslin (142): 9

This procedure enables monogerm hybrids or other types of fodder beet to be produced from the same maternal line, depending on the pollinator used.


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